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Thursday 8th March 09:31
France scrum-half Julien Dupuy is relishing the opportunity to prove his doubters wrong after his recall to face England on Sunday.
Monday 6th September 13:58
Stade Francais have suffered a double injury setback with news Pierre Rabadan and Julien Dupuy are set to be sidelined.
Monday 18th January 10:42
Toulouse scrum-half Jean-Baptiste Elissalde is set for a recall to the France squad for the RBS Six Nations.
Monday 21st December 14:11
Stade Francais scrum-half Julien Dupuy has officially appealed against his six-month ban for gouging.
Friday 18th December 16:20
Stade Francais' Julien Dupuy has been suspended for six months for eye-gouging in the recent Heineken Cup match against Ulster.
Monday 14th December 17:51
Julien Dupuy and David Attoub of Stade Francais have been cited for eye-gouging during Saturday's Heineken Cup clash with Ulster.
Wednesday 10th June 10:13
Leicester scrum-half Julien Dupuy is set to make his France debut after being named in the side to face New Zealand on Saturday.
Tuesday 19th May 15:13
Leicester scrum-half Julien Dupuy has revealed that Saturday's Heineken Cup final is almost certain to be his last game for the club.
Tuesday 19th May 12:52
Marc Lievremont has called up Leicester scrum-half Julien Dupuy ahead of France's summer tour to the southern hemisphere.
Sunday 3rd May 17:07
Leicester Tigers reached the Heineken Cup final with a sudden-death penalty shoot-out victory over Cardiff Blues.
Saturday 21st February 17:34
Leicester Tigers ran in five tries to secure a 38-5 bonus-point victory over Worcester Warriors at Welford Road.
Wednesday 16th July 10:18
Leicester have continued their rebuilding plans by signing goal-kicking scrum-half Julien Dupuy from Biarritz.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including a masterclass from New Zealand!
Munster were last crowned PRO12 champions in 2011 and since then have seen their fierce rivals Leinster leading the way as far as the Irish teams are concerned.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com